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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. JULY P. 1910.
CKALN AND PKUDliCE MAlUvtl
CoTernment to Tell How it Findi
BULLISH IN THE HOETHWEST
Art Mare Aggressive aad
Thar Mm ralr React Ua
Cora Shows arprlslas;
tjS&O; estra fancy and straight, MCO&i.N;
ii.nd alnur Ciu. lltil.:.
HAY Kirn;; timothy, 1 0; prairie,
MtoVIPlONs Pork, lower; Uobblrg.
1:1 I-ard. lower; prima steam, 3u.-tt
11. 7i. Dry tail meats, steady; boxed ex
tra short. LTc; clear ribs, 13;c; short
c lea is, H'-.c. tiacon. steady; boxed extra
anuria, -15SC; clear riba, k. Sc.
JL LTrlY Steady ; culcaana, 13c; springs,
l.'.'n 1k , turkeys. lUic; ducks. c; geese, c,
11 TTkR-Stesdy; creamery, 44.7toc.
LUU Lower, lttc
4 5, Mm
, A(J SaO
0.)Q 15, 1W
OMAHA. July 8, 1310.
'J hi northwest situation remajna aa bull.fh
a ever; aa yet ihey havn not had any
materlil relbt from the long drawn out
clrougth apell. Private repot tu fmm the
spring wheat belt declare crop damage is
vary sever, and less Uian one-hau the
crop will be harvested.
While g.jod ralr.s have fallen In t!ie
greater part of the corn belt, catkin:? some
easier itellng, cash d imaml and light
ejountry rollins: has held Diicea firm.
After th KraknrM of yt-steitlav buyeia
were mora aitgieaslre. and the still bullish
conditions In the northwest caused a fair
reaction today. Trade wax rather slow, in
clined to wait for tna government report
on general condltiona.
Corn siiowa surprising strength, and ad
vance easily with til strength In wheat
Free selling by farmers doe not materialise
and Short aeuVia are (lulct: to cover, ca us
ing siiarp upiurr.a.
Primary wheat receipts were 365,0fl0 bu
and shipments were fu.otrt bu. ; against re
ceipts laxt year of 175 KW bu., and snipmenta
of ixsi.Oiu bu.
Primary corn receipts were 871.0HO bu..
and shipments were 27i.OUO bu.; against re
ceipts last year of lyuuo tu, and ship
ments of oiil.uuO bu.
Clearances were llftOO bu. of corn, 1.000
bu. of oats, and wheat and flour eviual to
Liverpool closed 1 to d higher on
wheat, and d higher on corn.
Local range of optional
Articles. Open. I Ifigh.'l Low. Cloae. Year.
Gorernment Grain Xeport Ctaiei
Slump in Prices.
EARLY MARKET IS BU0YAST
Meathlr Report of Copper F rod Beers
Offers Baffllaa; Probleaa
uliary slUer coin. 819.K.40; minor coin.
vm; total baiance In geneiai lund, iui.-
H(.ruHT PP TUB (XaARI0 HOIS
Traaaoetloae of the Associated Baahs
for the Week.
NEW YORK. July 8. Bradstreet's bank
leanngs report for the week ending 4uly
snows an aggreaate ol RMl.i,, as
against 32,wr.a.vu0 last week and sa.wl.Wt.
Uuu In tne correvponuing week last year.
he lollowmg is a lift oi the villas!
M I 17 M 97
' v7 MVs W
Vr.f K4 Mf '
tvVsl. 6oa bih, . tS
ST I 37J s? rrt
86VI 36 am
Onahs ( Prices,
WHEAT No. I hard. 7ct31 01; No. t
hard. Mu97c; No. 4 hard. MiMe; No. t
aprlng. ltoottl.Ciw; No. 3 spring. Wtjii&c.
COHX-No. I white, eov-; No. I
white, 6liic; No. 4 white, toS'iSSc; No.
1 yellow, &7c; No. t yellow, U'tpu'c; No.
4 yellow, wVooaHef Na t, 87c; No. I, Mr
t)ic; no grade, Af-yrio.
OAT8 Standard, J7Sc; No. 3 white, STcg
174c; No. 4 white. 3t'ic; No. t yellow, Ha
fc-fco; No. 4 yellow, Kl.c. .
BAULKY No. 4. 4u4e; No. 1 feed.
4JVsHi46c; rejected. )itic.
HXti No. 2, 7o'2c; No. I. Sir70c
. C a riot ileeelaita.
Wheat Corn. Oats
Chicago T in a
Minneapolis , 104
Omaha 41 6
WEATHER I Tile: tiRAlX BFLT
Mo laaportaat Cktait la Teaapora
tare Is Expected Batarday.
OMAHA, July t, m.
Ehowers ef a largely loral nature were
fairly well distributed over eastern Ne
braska during Thursday. So far as shown
by our reports the heaviest fail occurred
at Columbus and Oakdale, the amounts
being l.au inches at Columbus mci 1.04
inches at Oakdale, other points reporting
lain recorded from one to three-tentixs of
an In oil. Kaina were Kenerai in the At
lantic coaM states, tlu? extreme upper Ohio
valley sjul lower Iskc icaion within the
laat twenty-four houin, and continue on
the middle and upper Atluittc coaat this
nmrning. A barometric depression extends
irom lake tsupcrior southwest across the
Mlasourt valley and southern Kocky moun
tain slope, and temperatures remain prac
tically unchanged in those aeetions this
tnornmg. Areas of high pressure that over
lie the southern slates and the extreme
northwest have caused a slight but general
fall in temperature In those sections). Con
siderable cloudineas prevails in the central
valleys this morning, arid the weather will
probably remain somewhat unsettled In
the valieys during the next thirty-six hours.
but "ill be generally fair In this vicinity
tonight and baturday. with no Important
ci, aue In temperature.
Temperature and precipitation at Omaha,
compared with the three preceding years:
1KI0. 1W. IX) I.
Minimum temperature ... 43 (T u It
rTecipitatlon 00 T .00 .00
Normal temperature for today 7f degrees.
Ltedciency In precipitation sloes March h
11 TO Inches.
Excess corresponding period in ISO, 73
of an inch.
Excess corresponding period In 1908, 4.4S
U A. WKLSU. Local Forecaster.
Cora and Wheat Kegiea Ballctla.
For Omaha, Neb., for the twenty-four
hours ending at II a. m., 76th aiarulian time.
riduy, July a, 1)10:
Station. Max. Mln. falL ky,
CHICAGO GRAIN AU PROVISIONS
J'eatarea of the TradlnaT aad CloalaaT
Prices oa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. July S. Only the authorative
figures of the United Sis tea government
had any weight uuay with ape ulators In
wheat. Crop news from the noribwesl was
mole calamitous than at any previous time,
but the trade had become so calloused that
an estimate ot per cent for the North,
1'ukoia crop aee.-ned to cause no agitation,
business cons, sled chiefly of evening up.
The close was unchanged to So higher than
last n snt a figures. in corn the finish
was vu to l'tu i-P and for oata to
lie. Net Iodmm vt bijl' to uo were scored
in provisions. ,
The government reports came after the
days business was at an end. Meanwhile
there wci-e no rains In tba drought sons
wi.ere spring wheat has been slowly perish
ing. "Many elevators In South Dakxta, It
v.as saia, would be closed for the year
because of the short Crop. Plowing up of
wheal and turning In of cattle was reported
front tne aujoimng slates north. On the
other" hand millers advices from the winter
wheal bell rid of "yields beyond expecta
tions. As against this, thin world's sup
ply of bread stufrs according to Trade Bul
letin Issued touay, decreased 27.4a.tM)
bushels lust month and is now O..OjS
bushels. The total a year ago, however,
was much less wo. 470,000 bushels. An ey
tone prevailed at the cIoks which neverthe
less was well up for September. Fluctua
tions In that option had as boundaries
tl tS and II Wo. with the last sales at
l.ois to ll.vlVitl.01v
A bulge In corn fallowed the buying of
l.OUO.Outl bushels by a prominent local op
erator. September ranged from SU VlSc
to alSc, with the close- Vic net higher at
Ctilublc, and Leceniber closed Ic to lc
higher. The cash market was firm. No.
3 yllow finished at i2rJc.
Oata advanced with corn, price valuations
for the Keptumlwr option being from 3c
to Sic itli the close At I -". and ad
vance of 1c.
In the end pork waa down 2ZSo to 40c;
lard luc to tlMa and rlba M;7Hc
Ueadlng futures ranged aa follows:
Asi land. Neb.... 7J &6
Auburn, Neb 85 62
broken B w, Neb. (S Si
Columbus, Neb.. 71 67
CulOertsoti, Neb.. 100 75
Fairbuiy, Neb... K7 ft)
Kalrinont, Neb..,, 74 hi
Or. Island, Neb.. Si M
Hortlngton, Neb. W
Hastings, Neb.... H v
tlukiiee, Neb...l0u 62
oakdaio, Neb..., SO M
Omaha, Neb TU )
Tekainah, Neb... 73 M
Alia, la KJ (7
Carroll. la 7s U
Clarlnda, la HO M
Oibit-y. la HI
cioux Cliy. la.. 71 sv
period chain" at a. m.
No. of Temp.
District. stations. Max. Mln.
Columbus, O - 17
LAunvlite, Ky.... l
Indianapolis, And.. 11
Chicago, 111 r
trt. lxiUis, Mo I'i
Ues iloiuea, la.... 14
Minneapoiia, Minn. Ml
Kaiusaa City, Mo.. 24
O null a Ill
High tetnperaturea prevailed over the
western portion of the corn acid wheat re
coil during tne earlier portion ot Thursday
out. waa lohowed by much cooler In the
afternoon and evening. Uood rains occurred
in the Minneapolis, Oniana, Kansas City
od lAiuutviile dlstrirtti, being excessive at
points lit Nebraska, Kansas and Kentucky,
Aa a. tv r.uoti.
' " Local forecaster. Weather bureau.
NEW YORK, July t.-TriO day's news
budget contained seversl Items of large
importance from a financial standpoint,
first In the importance attached to it, al
though laat In order ot occurrence was
the government grain report. The percent
age of (1.1 for spring wheat seemed to-
disconcert speculative sentiments upon the
appearance of the flash bulletin and there
waa an abrupt relapse In prtces. The north
western grangers suffered most, but the
whole list was affected, transforming the
earlier gains into general losses. Allow
nee is to be made in measuring tne action
of the stock market for the extent of the
rebound of pricrs and the sureness with
which It had occurred. The high levels of
the morning rrices showed recoveries run
ing to 7 and points from the low prices
touched early this week In case of some of
the leading active Issues
The buoysnt early market was en exten
sion of yesterday's movement. The Atchi
son dividend was of considersble direct ef
fect In strengthening stocks, following the
St. Iaul dividend setlon yesterday. The
Ir of discouragement over the treatment
accorded the railroads by the government
uthoritles, especially In the effort to ad
vance freight rates, which has been as
sumed with sime ostentation by authorities
In the two companies was used to
strengthen the claims of those who ex
pected a marking down of the dividend
i'he large Inroads on the gross earnings
of the two systems. In themselves largely
in excess of previous years, niaae ty tne
growth In operating cost, showing heavy
hrinkage In the net return and as a con
sequence colored the unfavorable supposi
tions ree-ardlng dividends. The price in
the market especially In the caae of Atch
lson waa taken to Indicate a strong likeli
hood of dividend regulation.
The fact of the large speculation for the
decline based on this assumption could not
admit of doubt under the circumstances. A
demand from uncovered shorts with the
disclosures of the Intention to maintain the
dividend was a logical result. This dis
closure was allowed to become known In
official but significant ways before the ac
tual declaration of the dividend ana tne
intention bsd been an influence In the two
dsvs recovery In the stock market
The monthly report of the copper ro-
ducers offered a problem that stock mar
ket sentiment hesitated to attempt to In
terpret. The June production proved th
largest of any month slnoe the records
have been kept and to this was due the
fact that nearly lo.uOO.000 pounds were
added to stocks of the metal during the
month notwithstanding the heavy expan
sion of the deliveries Into consumption. The
money market attracted languid interest.
Foreign exchange held above the level oi
profit on further engagement or gold tor
mport, but confidence is unimpaired mat
relief oould be had In the event of any
real raaulrement. Bonda were stronger.
Total salsa, par value. I1.5is.X Lniien
States bonds were unchanged on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks were as ioiiows:
Sal. HigV. tew. Close.
M (3 .00
St C4 .0
Ml 64 .00
DU 44 .00
a M .MO
D4 62 .SO
83 be .40
Ai tides. I Open. High. Low. Close.) Yea y.
1 03 1 00
1 01. i 1 l'l
1 Vl 1 U2
1 J". 1 00
tk) I a:!
ei 0kl ' 5l
ii vtw 13 ou
u w u o
U 14 I 24 00
U 171,; 21 77'a,
ii i .1 1
11 17 J 11 HO
u i: ot.
11 tO UW
ii r. u U 7v
13 40 1J 47V,
11 H-'Hl 11
Cash quotations were as follows:
HiUl'K-A-irm; winter patents, K6-(4K;
winter straights, Ji3"lMiJ, spring atraia'hts.
34Mr4.7U; bakers, Hsi'tfj.a
11 Y Ki No. 3. Jc.
HAKLKT feed or mixing. h(rlc
S Ik fcDsi 'lax. No. 1 atiulliwesiern, IJ Oj
No. 1 norihwestem, SJ.1. Timothy seed,
lo.ta. Clover. 111. 60.
VltOVISlOXti Mets per bbl., 34 75
feOS." ' Lard. ' per" 1T0 lbs., $:i SO. Short
litis, sides tloosel. IIJ.ST'-Oll w, short clear
aldea t boxed). tlXTUl 14.00.
Total clearances ol wheat and flour were
ritual to Ui.isJU bu. Exports for the week,
aa shown by Hradstreel a were eq.ua I to
I. tbt.OuO tu. Primary ie?eipts weia i0 Ao
bu compared with i7.uOQ bu. the corre
sponding day a year atio. ACstiinated le
leipla fur tomorrow: I. eat, cais; corn,
1m cars; oats. W cars; hogs, lu.0(i0 bead.
Chu i(o Cash Pi icea lo-at: No. i red.
Hfc'val WS; No. 3 led. IliL' ttll Wi; No. J
laid. ll.Oi'wl.or; No. 3 hard, fl.o!'ul.04;
No. I iivru.ern spring. fl.Msl.16: No. i
noribern spring. 10vt: 10; Nu. 3 spring,
II. tb-.t-jl.av Com: No. 3 can, w'-j'.."'lc; .Vo.
3 ca.li. Wtiralo; No. I white. wt.'4c; No.
3 wiiite, t'rtiam; No, 2 yellow. KVuwd;
No. 3 yellow, aiyrnde. Oata: No. I while.
.:4'V; No. 3 white. 41iSc; No. 4 while,
4f4lltr: standard, UVt-
Ul'TTKM steady ; cieatuertes. :4'.tJ7i4o;
HQii S Kece.pts. bZi esses; easy; at
mark, catea liiciuduO, luUc; f lists, lio;
pi line firsts, 17VfC.
CliKUsK-Piiiu; daisies. li'tUUc; twins,
liril5'); long horns. )4tfKc.
PoTATV'i-.S Steady; elioice to fancy, IS J
70c, fair lo (od. Mitf.c,
POrLTKY oteady; live fowls, turkeys,
17c. chickens. 1V , spriugs, lbyJCt.
VEAI steady ; Ut to eO-lb. v. I.. aljSa;
so to i-lb. wis., taac; ki to llv-iu. t ,
Cailot ReceiptsWheat, T cars", corn. 141
cars; uais, M csrs. t-Uttimated tomorrow
Wheal, it cars; corn. W cats, oats, a caia
NEW YORK HUMERAL MAMKBT
Qaotatloas of the Pay oa Varloaa
NEW YORK. July 3. FLOUR The mar
ket waa quiet; Kansas straights, H.et9
4 sa. Rye flour quiet; fair lo good, H-li
4.4u: choice lo fancy, 3t.wa4.au.
CORN MAL Steady; fine white and yel
low, sl.4Vtfl.sv; coarse, fl.tfl-40, kiln Oried,
WHKAT Spot market firm; No. t red.
3100. c. i. f., to arrive, elevator; No.
noithern, fl.fTS. f. o. b., to arrive. Option
market was quiet, with traders evening up
for the government report. The undertone
was steady, however, owing to the absence
of rain in the northwest and firmness In
the outside markets, closing StfViO net
OATS spot market firm; mixed, m to
lbs., nominal; natural white, 30 to 33 Iba.
ett4c; clipped white, 3 to 43 lbs., 4S61c
Keceipte. W.Kn Du.; shipments, 4xvuu du
hat-prime, ii.i.'Si'Ui.c,; jno. l u.uwa
l.zo: iso. I. ii.isui.ii; ro. s, u.tie.
iiiuts-Uuli; central America, J.'c; lo-
jukai lir.rt iuu; ntmiocai rirsts, xnu
37c: seconds, zitfMc: thirds. WB; re
fKOVisiUAS-ron sieaay; mess. .ain3
26.50; family. f.4utiiVaO; anort clears, fcttao
ii3.ti0. Beer, steady; mesa, ilj.Voulu.v
lamiiy. flil.aO'tfau.Ou; beef hama. il.o.j.ia
Cut meats, steady; pickled bellies. 1U to 14
Iba.. fl7.00iala.iii0; pickled hama, 316.0U4jl6.5u.
Lard, aleady: nuddie west prime. iu.iC
12. LO; refined. quiet; continent. (13.
Soulli America. al4tv; coitipouud, xh.&ij
T ALLOW Steady ; prime city hhds, SSc
RICE Sleady; domestic. Iridic: Patna.
BU ITErb-Steady; state dairy, finest, t7Vi
VAc; stale dairy, common to prime, jajjic
process, second to special. uv42avc.
CHte-'hh: Steady; alate, whole milk, spe
cials. iit⁣ slate, tancy wnue, i-wc
state, faouy colored, lo; state, average
prime. H'ttrMtc: sute, fair to good, li0
14c; stale, common, loo lie; skima, full to
fclixji Steady; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby hennerl white, U-f Z'.c; slate. Penn
sylvania and nearby gathered white, tt-tf
Xoc; elate, raiinsytvania ana nearby hen
nery, brown. ZKaJjc; aiaie, Pennsylvania
and nearby gathered brown, 21ium;; rrn
gathered extra first, ISKivo; fresh gathered
extra nrsi. i.iiso. .
POULTRY Alive, dull; western broilers,
22c; fowls, lHKi'tc; turkeys. lOqlto; dressed,
uuii; wesieiu liiMilmi. JJ4Ju:; lawla, Lax
NKVV YORK. July S.-WHUAT-July,
tlAv,'Jl.C9 ilosej fl 0J; ?i teiubvr uloaed
ll.Oi-t, lieceniber closed f! v". Keceipts
were CM bu; shipments, la.r4 bu.
CORN Spot market firm; No. 3, tHc,
elevator, domestic to arrive; export. No. t.
j',c. t. o. b. to arrive. Option market was
without transactions, clorlng ,c lower to
lo higher: July closed at OBVi. September
closed at 70w and December; closed at sT'ic,
Receipts, tM bu.; shipments, ll.il bu.
San r jnciaco
Aaerlesa lMt Sugar
Amsiican C. A W
AiBarteao Cotton Oil
American H. A L prd
Ara. Ice Securities
American a. A R
Amsrlcaa i. . sf4
Aav StMl ran4rlea
Am. Sugar Refining
Amsriean T. A T
Americas Tebaeee pfd
Anarende Mining Os
AUsnUs Coast Uaa.
Brooklyn Hail4 Traaslt.,..
Csntral Laainar pf4
Ctnlral ol rmw jersey
Itmuaikt at Ohio.........
Cklraio A Alton
Ckleago Q. W., saw
O. O. W. s'4
Cklearo A N. W
C. at. S. P
C , C. C. A St. L
Colorado F. A I
t"naoiast4 Uaa (...
pMvir A Rio Oraads
fx e O. p4
DKrte 1st I4
Erie M old
Gnat Nartaora et
Oraat Noruwra Or slfs....
Int. Mot. Nd
Int. Marino ptt
Intarnatloaal fapor ,
Kwaaa Cllr So
K. C. So. pfd...
Loaisvllls A N
Minn. A St. Louis
at.. 81. P. A S. S. M
M ., K. T
M , K. A T. p4
N. R. R. al J. 3d (....
New York contral
N. T.. O. A w
P . C. C. A BU L.
Prsowd Stool Car
Paiiiaan Palace Car
Railway Stool Spring
Ropubllc Stool plS
fto.-k liland Co
Hock U1MI4 Co- pfd
St. L A S. K 3d p(
St. Louis S. W
Su L S. ". p!4
SioM-Sh(flold S. A
So. Railaay Pe
Texas A Pse.In
T.. St. L W
T . SI. U Vt, p4.,
tnioa PsailM pi 4
I nitti iaios Kealty ,
Unlto4 Siaue Haboai...
I mud staiao tai
tnltoS Statoa Stool pI4
W Ultra atsrylsna
Wuw(tit.ue KieeUls .
Wooioia I nloa
WkoUiag L K
ine 14 ll
!. 41 ' H K4
4 414 40 40
00 Sl't tl fu
1M) H 4i 4
l.toe 4o ' o
- Al 30 tt4
1-.) U II 31
to IIS 13 13
l ee 40 " s
f.sos To e4 ts
eoo loi lot iuui
100 U A3 43
100 lit 11 11H
l.to) iai j4 in
44 . K
PM 71 t A4
Lie ' t 3TV4 37w
t4,7i "XV n4 .
SO 100 M
luu lo . it . lu7H
3. wo laH lot 104
u 34 33 Jl
T.PO 74 74' 74
l.sst U We 1M
SO 33 32. 31.
104 1H lt4'4 l'4le
i.o 'ii" 'iii 7:
SO 34 34 314
4 41 4t 4t4
t.O 141 llll 141 te
17.10 1A3 U4 H4w
H0 O II 33
300 U 44 44H
, 4 IHV4 113 ltd
I 404 124
4t sua U
a ISO 137
4.400 i; i 4
4, Al M 4
04 4 44 3
1U 17 . II - lw
300 14 14. W
PUU 24 2 37
3, 0 7 7 7
, J. to lit 141 I4u
2J n 17 14
too 12( 1JS
1.4U0 33. 33 11
100 44 44 41
3.IVJ 4. 4
1-4 14 14 1"!
4ul 44 4 4
4. HO 114 113 1U
too 43 41 41
30 4 M 7
4-0 44 47
, 3,o US 114 lli
104 44 3 14
. U.70J u 1211 ir
2o lu4 lut lot
lo 1 14 15
too ii n 3t
lu0 V-4 1&4 lot
'.J II 41 11
134. 1U 1U 14
CITIES. Clearings, j lncj Dec
elt Lake City
Washington, O. C...
Spokane. Vt ash.
Portland, Me ,
Little Rock ,
Wheeling. W. Vt..
Charleston, S. C...
Cedar Rapids, la...
Fargo. N. D
Columbia, tl C...
Canton, O "..
Sioux hails, ts. D..
South Bend. Ind....
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle of All Kindt Steady with De
cline Beportei Thursday.
H00 VALUES ARE VERY HART HIT
Sheea gales la Afcoat tko earn
Net ekes as Tkarsday, bat tko
Feeliasj oa Lambs Is
..j Z.t7,tMi 3.3
.. 111.41 1. t"-t 4.3,
,. li4.M3.Uut K.l
.. Oh.iil.MKI) 13.4,
..j ..tvU. lo.l
UI.46I t l 1U.4,
i.aj6.wil 4.. 4;.....
lt.aai. wv, 4.7
li.ill.tM.' k.3 '.
14.1. (M 4
ll.Sf),i1 1 4i
1 2o7,H), 4 7
7.737. WMM 31. 7
.373.0n I3.3i. ,
5. fci.0J 12.3.,
' 4.14.0i) 83.3,.
"3. .) 17.0i.,
3.bM,000, 11. b.
I WU.OUO I
3,M4.0Oi 33. 8!.
3.4:ft.0i0i 2o. ....
.. 2.570, t 18.2:...
I.5.0")l 33. 6...
S.CT.OOO . S1.3,...
4.4t4AXH I 4.1
l.MM.aiTH 11. 3j...
LtiW.OOoi 33.7 ..
. l.ii,0)j 10.6...
l..',0ll0 84. Pi
l.Ossi.Ono' 1 10. 1
815.000 22.7 ...
WM.OOOl 16.S ...
671,vd 27 .7...
' g7p.ot.4N 24.8
. .moovi...... 33.5
- 31,6001 .8
. 247.0uffl 1.1
SOUTH OMAHA. Neb.. July 7. Wlo.
Receipts wre: Cattle. Hogs. Sbeep.
Official Turaday 2.1 2.7t5 44
Official Wednesday 3.311 4.M - 6.0W
Official Thursday 3.W3 6.P13 6,43o
Estimate Friday st . 3.748
Five days this week... .W.Kl Jl.ot7 20.311
Same daye last week... .11.6:3 4..(3 18.641
name days 2 weeks ago. .17.040 47,o; 2411
Same days 8 weeks ago.. 14.14 41.P32 1S.M0
ha me days 4 weeks sgo..l3..H6 3-1.113 1I'.'1
bame days last year.,..13.1M 13.S66 8.3
The following table siiowp the receipts of
rattle, koge audstmep at Sou in Omaha for
the year to date, compared Willi last year:
I . J910. l'JW. inc. uec
t-aitia auau om i.e xv.ca .......
Hogs ...l.HAtvi 1.442.W7 3M.SW
Sheep i 70b.f6 erj.Wl
The fr,iir. in t.hi. .hows tne sversge
prices of bogs st fciouUi Omtn lor the last
several days, with comparisons:
Not Included in totals because compari
sons are incomplete.
Not Included In totals because contain.
ing other items than clef, rings.
New York Mos Market.
NEW YORK. Jluy r-MONKY-flteadv
IHtffH per cent; ruling -rate. 1; closing,
! per cent; offered St 2 per cent; time
loans. Very firm and active; sixty days, 3,
per cent; ninety days, 4tJ-44 per cent; six
months, oh per cent.
STERLING EXCHANOB-teady: actual
business in bankers' bills at (4 .83704,53SO
for sixty-day bills and at 34.8.VA for de
mand: commercial bills. S4.83&4.k3i.
SILVER Bar, 64c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Oovernment, steady; railroad
Cloomg quotations on bonds today wera
V. S, ret. 3s. rag....tMlInt. M. If. 4a tt
4o coupon looJpan 4s S4
V. s. 3s rag lt eo 4s P4
4n coupon 11K. C. So. 1st to.... T3
V. S. 4a, ng 114L 6. eb. 4 1M1....
4o coupon 114L. A N. aol. 4s...'..
Allls-Chal. 1st is 74M.. K. A T. 1st 4t.. ;
Am. Aa. ts 100 tin gen. 4s 44
Am. T. A T. ev. 4s..lfleWo. Pacific 4 74
Am. Tobacco 4S 74N. R. R. Of M. 4s
o to 104HN. 1. C. g. 3s 47
Dates. 1310. l..L'08.!lO7. 11906. 11301.11304.
- . . ..i m Ml a OS
T esi s ss s oi i .
o 1 a a- It ail 6 all I 311 I It
8 ) 7 711 I S 70' 6 481
19 Vail 4tMf W 4
8 41 4 2i I 1
S 741 f6aiU
PHEEP Trale in the sheep barn pre
sented no new features of consequence this
niornlntr. Supplies were normal for a Fri
day, the buik consisting of grass stock
nd feeiler sort waa relatively small.
Demand was rather quiet, the same as It
has been mt days lately, and movement
more or les draggv from the opening.
Uood sheep commanded generally steady
prices ss a rule, but the trend of valuer
In the lamb branch of the trade appeared
to be a little lower. Few ewes sold aa
high as 4 Ifi and rsnge lambs changed
hands at 67.35. The maile-to-ord'r kind of
spring lamb would bardly sell ever 87. TV
A ehort supply ot feeder stock and
reasonably active demand from yard trad
ers and country buyers produced no ma
terial change in prices, bulk of thin and
half-fat stock selling In much the same
notches as on previous dsys this week.
Good stock sheep and lambs are closing
Just about steady with a week ago, and
unless more shipments show up tomorrow,
the' week clearance will be perfect. Cur
rent prices on feeder stuff are only a little
lower than quotations on fair quality kill
or tne weeg inns tar receipts oi iai
sheep and lambs have been rather light
and inq-.i'ry none too active on mt
classes of stock. Tuesday's advane has
been well sustained, present price appeiir-
Ing about lc higher than lhov at lail
(quotations on grass stock: Choice spring
lamb. 87.26(17.75; fair to good spring lambs,
64.ivv7.o; good to choice yeamngs. 85 l&flff
4 60; fair to good yearlings, M.Mpe.ln; good
to choice wetner. 84.3.i44 6t; fair to good
wethers, 33u4.2u; god to choice ewes,
3 0ro .::.; fair to good ewes, 12 jotjH.00.
37-1 fed ewes
1$ ewes, culls
3a lambs, feeders
3V3 Idaho lambs
lands. U40c middling gr". 1S.SJWV ftalai.
4 bales. Futures rloood flrwH JJr
IS 4V; August 14 K: ftepteriban, 13 44o OeJ
toner, 11 Or; November H7ci I'eoombor.
12 67c: January. IXtoc; li obruajy, U6do
March, 13M ;Mv, 13.72c
L1VKRPOOU July 8-Tna foliowtnf Ara
the weekly cotton rtattettca: Imports, s(
kinds, l.SOO bales; Imports, American, ltrtd
bales: stock, sll kind. 6u0,o) bales; stork.
Ameiican, 407. 0O bales; American for
warded, 64,004 bales; total exports, 2.M
8T. LOUTS. July -COTTON-Tilll
middling, 14c:; rccelpta 3 bales: ship
ments. 1.712 bales; stock, 11.414 bales.
(of fee Market.
NEW YORK, July A The market fot
coffee futures opened steady at unchanged
prices to an advance of 10 points on higher
French cable, reports of a better demand
for spots, steady Krailllan nrarkets, cover
Ing and a little buying from tiade soiirea
Business was not active, but there was
comparatively little coffee offering, and
th close waa steadr. net unchanged to I
points hleher. Sales were reported of .!
has. Clostns- bids: July. 6C". August.
6."ic: Peptemter, S.sTc: tKtoler, Oc; No
vember. 6.HOC; ivo-mwr, e.pc; janoaij,
6l7c; February, 6-lc; March. 7.00c- April,
701c; May, I.Cc: Jun. 7.So Fpot. steady;
Rio No. 7, 8 7-lc; Santos No. 6. fj; J.
steady; Cordova. lOQL'Sc.
t ! 7 751 6 18j
8 7 6i 6 15i
Receints and disDosltlon of live Stock at
the Union eitock Tarda, South Omaha, Neb ,
for twenty-four hours ending; at 8 o'clock
p. m. July 8, 110:
Cattle, Hogs. Sheep. U'r'a.
c, M. A est, P 1
In Ion Pacific 4
C. at N. W., east 8
C. & N. W., west 22
C, St P., M. & O.... 8
C, U. & Q-, east 4
C. H. At Q., west
c., K. l. A y., west
Chicago O. W t
Total receipts 48
Cattle. Hogs. 8heep.
CHICAGO L1K ITOtK MARKET
Cattlo Market Steadr Hega aad
bkeep la Less De-maad.
. CHICAGO, July 8 CATTLE Receipts,
2,fXW had; market pteaily; beeves, 3"i.3r-7
8.50; Texas steers. 84.2''nto; western "HtH-rs,
t-tj7.i; storkrs and feednrs, J.7j4ii.7,';
cowk and licifers, 32 3i6.ti; calves, i.jo
HOGS Receipts, WftX) head; market
slow; llifhts. 30fu0 25; mWed, JS-WI1 !:
eavy, I'.jOjO.lw; rough, 8b.joo8.); good to
Choice heavy, tM.iargy.tg; pigs, fi.wtt'S-oV;
ilk of sales. 38bu4u.05.
SHRK.P AND LAMPS Receipts. 16.009
head, tUATket lower; native; titfc;
astern, $2.8041-4 00; yearlings, $1 5. 0,
lambs, native, 84.7Ml$0: western, $4-u4;7.0.
New York Cork Market.
The following quotations are furnished
bv Logan aV Bryan, members New Tors;
Stock exchange, 316 South Wxteonth street.
. 33 Inti-lratloa
8 v-lt N-ls Caa.
t 14 Ohio roppor
. 1 rtaokioo i-oaHuon
. 41 Rr Control
. 45 Swift Pks. Co
. Soars-Reobork Co.
. 4SupoTtor A P
( 3-14Toitopak Mining ..
. !Trlnltr troppar ...
. 4 Nortk take
. 7 Bohemia
103 14 1
Omaha Packing Co L2
riwirt and company...... zoo
Cudahy Packing Co 46
Armour & Co ii
CoSahy, Kansas City.... S6
Kenton, vansant & Lush 21
Hill Son 20
F. B. Lewis 1
J. B. Root Co U
J. H. Bulla 3
McCreary 4k Carey 4
8. Werthelmer 27
H. F. Hamilton 30
Other buyers 61
CATTLE Receipts ol cattle, as Is apt to
be the case on a Friday, were very smaii
only forty-five cars being reported in. Tois
leavea the total lor the week to date only
about l,u) head behind last week's record
and about Lvo head behind a year ago
There waa hardly enough beef caitie in
sight this morning to make a market and
nothing very choice. What few cattle
there were sold about steady with yester
day's decline. This means that tne mar
ket today is around lotplac lower titan last
week's close, so far as the medium kind
of cattle are concerned.
Cows axtd betters also command steady
prices today, tnd they are not far from
loealje higher than laat week's close., Tbe
trade all ibis week on that kind ot cattle
has bean In a good, healthy condition.
There were only a few Blockers and feed
era on sale today, and the feeling was just
about steady In spite of the fact that the
end of the week Is practically at hand.
There has been a gradual firming up of
prices, and they are probably lolou Higher
than last week's close.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
eornfed steers, 37.6048.09; fair to good corn-
fed steer. 3o.6-jy7.oO. common to fair corn
fed steers, loaoai.M; good to choice cows
and heifers, tEtWalS; fair to good cows
and heifers, 33.fcOt2&.00; common to fair cows
and heifers, ta.GOtfiWJ; good to onoioe stock -era
and feeders. $4.2va-5 65; fair to good
stockers and feeders. $3.7&4.2a; common
to fair stookers and feeders, 63.00iji.7l:
stock heifers, $3 2&-.0O; veal calves, 81.&O0
6.75; buns, stags, etc., s3.zaifj4.2o.
Kaaeaa City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. July 8. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 2,360 head, including 2.500 southerns;
market steady to weak; southern steers,
steady to 10c tower; southern rows and
calves, trong; dressed beef and export
tteers, 87.0"J!I.3B; fair to good. K6tHj?.00;
eftern steer. 34.6W7.40; stockers and
feeders, 83.2oQ5.sO; southern steers, $4 Oirf
66: southern cows. $2.o0'(i4.0; native cows.
$2.6&.4.50; native heifers. 33.264J7.00; bulls,
xi.a-u5.ou; waives. 4.uoi.4.
HOOS Receipts. 6.OJ0 head: market 15c tc.
25o lower; top, 8015; bulk of pale. ts.7oi&
05; heavy. 370i8.7j: packers and butch
rs, 3e.iv3iv.oo; light vMr.l; 1'ib's, 8. 005?
SHEEP AND IJvMBS Receipts. 8,000
ear; market, 15c to :5c lower; lambs. $7.25
3.00; yearlings, eo.00tia.50; wethers, W.OWf
5.00; ewes, 33.7iir4.60: Blockers and feeders.
St. Loals Live (lock Market.
8T. LOUIS. July 8 CATTLE Receipts,
3t head. Including 8.000 Texans; market
lo&l&o lower. Native, shipping and export
steers, $7.75(48.40; dressed beef and butcher
steers, $U.0ua8.10; steers under l,wu ins
85.50s7.50; stockers and feeders. S4.Bro.i;
cows and heifers. 6l.50ti7.25: canners, 32.75-rt
00: bulls. M.6.50: calves. 8.oOt.To;
Texas and Indian steers, 84-50Q7.00; cows
and heifers. 83 eO5.75.
1IOUS-Receipts. 4.000 head; market vrn
l.wj lower: Dirs and lights. 3i.AiM.7: pack
ers. 3?Vcr.S&; butchers and best Heavy,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2.500
head: market steady: nstiva muttons, $4 0
50: lambs. 80.75&SOO; culls and bucks, s2.au
68.75; stockers, 83.004? 3. 50.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market
ST. JOSEPH. July 8. CATTLE Receipts,
1 800 head: market steady: steers, 35.tOir7.75:
cows and heifers, 83.&x36.Zv; caives,
HOQS Receipts, s.ooo head; market tvwc
lower, slow; top, $S.0G; bulk of sales, 3S.S02
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.500
head: market dull and unchanged; lambs,
Stock la SlKkt.
Receipts of live stock st the five princi
pal western markets yesterday: ,
value, nogs, pneep.
. N. I.. N. U, A 1
.ll c. ta ,
.lo4N. A W. 1st a 4a
. 44 4o so. 4o
. No. Pacific 4s
. to da 3s
. wo g. L rt4g. 4s....
. 43 Pons. cv. 3s lli.
.!" flo con. 4s
Kaasaa City Grala aad Provlaioaa.
KANSAS CITY, July 8. WHEAT July,
fc'tc; eeptamber, 36s c; lecember, su'sc;
cat-u, unchaiuied; No. i. H0-4fl v: No. 8,
Du. tj31.0J; No. J red. 3ji8e: No. 3. SjS7c.
CORN July. iS'ic; beptember. 67c; De
cember, 5c. cash, unchanged to l-c lower;
No. 2 mixed. Hc; No. 3, soSc; No. 2 White,
MvJ4c; No. 3. 63tr4c,
OATS I'ncnanged; No. 3 white, t-tjllc;
HAY-l'iiclianged: choice tlinotliv. $14 001
14 5o, new- click. e prairie. 375nlj0.
Bl'TT Ell Creamery extras, iiic; firsts.
24'rc; seconds, 3T-jc; pack. ng st ick, 5J'tc.
34 no: oeeoiitls, 3 .0; cui rent
cases, $; 30; nilscvllaueous.
Oats. bu. ..
75 4 4
at. t.oala fcsssml Market.
ST. l.OL'IS. July 6 -WHKAT Fulure.
Julv, yv : September. p.mc. I'aah, dull;
traiU. No. 2 red, $i.i4-:itteU. No. J liard.
CilKN-Futurea, higbei; July. i:c: Se(.
tentlor. 6o4V.'. Cnaii coru t.u:liei; tlck.
No. 3 Ctu.V; No. while. t jnl-c.
tATS Fuiuies. firm; July. .-'c; Sep.
tember. r.c. Cah fum; track. No n ;
J Willie. 44'l44V.e.
SKiCI Tim.iinv. g).k?4
RHAN Hivir; sacked aat Uack, l.tiX.
IKON COTTON TlKa sow.
ttLOVIv oUgtieri tad winter pa 10 La, IS.13
l.iterpool briu luarkel.
I.IVkKlllOL 01v t-WHEAT-Spot.
dull; No. 3 rvd wslrn wiiiioj. no it.ck;
future. flim: July, 'l ; October, 44 lid
I'tiKN-spt't, firm; old American niit d
5a4-rl; old A me? lean mlxtd via C,a!e5ton.
jiu.1: imw kiln Uild. SV1, futures
tt d: Seniber, 4 id: October. 4s4jJ
FLilUl! Winter palenta, esy, 2 -a
PEORIA. July 8 .-CoRN-H'.gher: No. 3
while. 61c, No. 2 llow, l'-,c; No. 8 lloW,
lc; No. 3. biv, No, 4. no grade,
OATg eJtreug, guaUard, 41, No. 8
1." 14 Ut U4
100 P0 0 u
11 4 4
11 1 'a lit
.. 3. 1 lls
.. t.TvO 4
.. ll.ll 44
.. -tl'O 4
u. a s. r. ig oa, 1
Armour Co. 4s.. l ao ok. 4s tl
AtehisoA gon. 4s..,,
do cv. 4b
do ev. 4a
au C. U 1st 4s....
Bal. A OOlo 4s
Mo . W. 3s....
Brk. Tr. er. 4s
Con. of Co. to
Con. Leather 6a....
C. ol N. J. a. So... 13 'V L A t. T.
Che. A Ohio 4s..lW do son. I s
do ret. 6s st!. L 8. W. e. 4s.. 74
Chicago A A. II '00 lot gold 4s su
C. B. A Q. 1. 4s.... MSeaoar1 A. U 4s.... T3
ilo sn. 4s ST. So. I sc. eoU 4s 4o
C. at. 8.P. g. 8a 41 e 4s
C . K. 1. A r. . 4s. 71 4s 1st rot. 4s.
do rig. 4s 44 So. JUt say as
Colo Ind. 4 74 da aoa. 4s....
Cola. Mid. 4s... ...... tf t'nlon ltcl.ic 1
C. A S. r. A a. 4s t uo cv.
U. 01 H,
U k IL O. 4s
do rf. 6s
kno p. L 4s
do sen. 4s
4k ev. 4s, sor. A.,
do soiios B
Gen. Cloc. cv. 5o.
111. On. lt nf, 4t. 7M.
lnu Mel. 4a '.
A rof. 4s.
7 di lit
. 12 l. S. 1 i-bbor s
. l I P tu-l 3d to...
. 4 V. C ro. Chocs. 6
. klSWataih :tl ta
. 4S c- Iki A oa. 4s..
. 47 Wontorn Md.
.ru v. 1. Ccau-sl
at . 41
I it. :l'i '.1
Total sale lor the day. 441.MS skaies.
I.oadaa Stock aiarket.
LONDON. July 1 American securities
opened steady will) prices a fraction above
parity. During tne sarly trading covering
carried values higher and at noon the
market was firm from 42lic above yes
terday's Near York, closing.
Cosing euotationa on stock were:
13 1-14 1a.u1ivIIIo A N
. 134., 4L A T
. 421 .N. T Cootral
. 3or4ulk at W.
.11 do pld
.)! Ontario A W.
1MV Huid Minos
Ctiea. A Ohio 14 Ko4!r.g
1 hirit "' tl' :4o. Lsl'.oar
r u t 1l r La a ufd
rvs Soors 7So. Pa.lllo ..
lienor A H. U l.tn;on Pacific
do -i 7t 4o pfd ....
Erie It V. &. Siool
o 1st pfd 41 do pfi
do !4 p:a ,.. 14 Wabaah
Grand Trunk 21 do pfd
llllnala 1 :ilt1 ..134 KkanuB 4S 4.
SILVER Bar. uncertain al 2i4 per oa
MUNKY I1 per cent.
Tbe late of diocount In the open market
for short bills is 2 s per cent; for llirae
month' bills J' per cent.
WASHIKUTON. ju'.y I -The cund.tion of
the treasury at tho beginning of buauieas
UMiav was as follows:
Trust Fundi-lold coin. 8-.ral.Vd; ailver
doilai-a. 64K!117 44: silver dollars of lMt
tiw'O'io: silver certificates outstanding,
Ooneial Fund Standard silver dollars to
general fund, IttutOlS: current liabilities.
3-i4l3C; orkJng balance In treasury ut
flooa, IUo.44t.rit, la bonks to erodit of line
urer of u fuiutd kutea, Alt.6,i0i eufr-
Quotations furnished by Samuel Burns,
Jr, iU New York Ufa buUdln. Omaha:
Bonson (Nt Bekoot 6a. IBM
l it Kal'l Bank BI4g. 4s, U3t
Cur of Omasa 4a 114 ,.
Commotio aalUa Ltlo lus. Op ,..
Gorman Firs lus. Co
looa Portland (-moot lot mis. 4s
Kaatas cur, fs. at Orion l ptd
kanaaa Ca A Kle. 7 pfd
boa Anstlea C. g. ta. 113
Liaoalu t.Nco-1 Trac 4a, lutt
MKkiaaa suit lot. pfd
IHerria Co. 4aa. UJS
be. Taliban sioxk. 4. oa dir....
Nob. Traoilba A rover 4s, Ita
Omaha Waver Co. t. 1P44
Omaha Ooa ta, 1417.,
Omalia KioiLrva Ught pfd., 6
Oataba 4 C. I ll. Br. pfi., t
Oiaaha 4 C. k Sty. la, 1416..
Otualia A J. k. hr. A a pal
piaiioaiooia (K.os.1 Tot atota. 10-...
fo.tt and Company to. 1414
Cliy of Seoih Omaha as
6iau Insurance dj
Luioa stuck tarda, souili Oma.'ia
ucuoa Co. teoaaol
T71 I 25
1046 6 40
103 6 t
1244 6 tt
713 6 70
1013 8 W
10 I 40
137 4 43
3 04 10
3 00 4
Til 8 13 6
P44 8 IS 4
IN IS 8
4i4 I 4 3
44 I M 4
444 3 49
IN IM 33
6tf IM 11.
37 3 34 4 ,
124 4 40
1W3 4 78 '
tnt 1 ii
1111 1 it
tsm 7 ti
1403 7 30
120 7 30
1814 7 4
4: 4 04
434 4 16
1047 4 44
1010 4 K
414 I 04
1143 t II
,.M4 6 41
.. u I 4
..14(0 8 44
..1313 3 44
..144 3 40
,.llt 3 44
..1314 6 4
...134 3 43
...1714 I 70
...1430 3 73
...1114 I 73
...ISM I SO
... 430 4 04
...IM 4 00
lot 16 lot
1 343 4 73 1 144 4 tO
8 34 4 40 1 14 4 4
6 , 144 6 76 12 Ill 4 44
I 314 I 40 8 143 4 4
3 341 I 40 T UI IN
I Ill I M
bTOCKER AND FEEDERS.
I til 3 00 I M IM
4 700 3 44 it 413 4 0
31 613 3 so I Kl 4 44
3 633 3 M 3 (W IU
3 aal 4 44 It IOoO 4 44
8 404 IN 27 464 4 46
4...1- Mi 4 40 4 1 7 I 04
HOOo Buyers threw tne trsae 111 panicky
condition this morning by announcing Zj
sue reuuctioris in nog price, and wit
eastern markets ooming snarply lower, they
were able lo put up their larger droves on
this basis. Iiemand was reasonably broad
at mese declines, and trade fairly active,
tne big end or supply selling before mid
aa. trice ranged rrom vz to txC-
selected lights bringing the lop, and extra
heavies moving at the bottom. One drove
or 1, sou neaa. averaging cu pounds, cos
3S.4K, and two other big droves of mixed
nogs averaged 44.10.
bhlppers bought sparingly and favored
light weights as a rule, values on good
Dgnis ranging irom 6 w to tho hiirh price
ono roiu arouna k.k accord na- to ouu
tty, and weight and heavies bore the brunt
or ne aoenne. extra neat lea proving
most unsalable in many Instances.
tloaloa Macks aad Boada.
BOSTON. July 8 Closing quotations ou
mining stocka were as f ,11., n.
Allouos Zi Itoksek 44
.. ttNaaftS Con 11
.. 1 Vi l...u Mines 10
.. M Monk Ball
. 4 Nona Laka a
.. Ii il4 UMsmloa 84
.. 14(laeoola IU
.. 4 parraai S. A 0 11
, ..tlo vuir.cr
.. II ihaonon 4'i
. 41 urior 34
... tiuinor a B. M 4
,.. Pluportur A P. C 14
... Tamora.k 41
... !i V. . C. A O .... .
... 4t:. 8. S. B. A M... 3t
.. li Co pfd 47
... 4 t'tah Cos 0
.,, 49Winuaa I
... p) Woliorin 104
Amai. Copper .....
A X. L. A I
B. A C. C. A S. 1
Hotis Ooa! t uoa ,.
Cal. A Arlaoaa...
Cal. A Mila ..
fper Hsnao C.
t.-. Bait C. M
tlrantor t-bn. . . .
t.n-4ia Cananoa .
laio koyois Caipai
La So 1 1 Cufper..
' Bask Clearings.
OMAHA. July 8 -Bank clearings fr to.
day weie 83.ev7 .20.27 and lor lwe curre
siiundUif CV last yeat 6i,444,4u,
Ni, Av. h. Pr. No. A. gh. ft.
44 Ml ... 6 31 it jut ...
44 14 144 8 Ii 44 Ut 40 4 w
14 i4 ... 6 14 , 04 us 40 6 44
4 404 ... I M 44 i4 4 4 40
II '...Ml 300 I W 14 3 4 I 4
:i 441 ... 4 4 44 1.4 ... j
4 Z'ii Oi 4 14 77 344 la I 40
43 34 144 4 !i 47 137 40 3 40-
40 ... 4 Ii S4 2.1 10 4 4
44 11 W It; 111 343 as 4S
44.. 2a4 l 141 ') 31J Su 3 M
47 IA ... 3 4 70 fcj M 8 441
I I ... 4 40 7a :43 ... I 40
43 1 ... 144 t 23 3o4 3 40
44 :ao 40 4 40 4- ! 4 I (0
44 V'i l 644 4 tao ... 40
44 3.1 4 I 40 74 -4 ) u
43 Ill ... 4 4 74 J law ts.
44 34 10 I 44 40 31V 0 I 41
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44 JO 15 4 4 k.1 t4
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Mlssrspolla ;rala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 8--WHEAT-July,
81 l.rV: September. 31 lOtH Wi I ecemner.
$1.0h; cash. No 1 hard, $l.l-til.l; No. t
northern, l.i: rvo. s nonne, e.ii-ar
L1S; No. 3. ll.llVo' "S.
FLAX. 4.1 oaed at -ia.
CORN No. 3 yellow. R7fl5Ss.
OATS No. 3 white. 4,Vu44c.
RYE No. 3. RTj72c-.
B RAN In 108 lb. aacks, 318.(0I 13.60.
t-liU'H-First natents. In wood f. 0. n.
Mlnncaiwlls, 85 4tV(ii.; second patents, 35:1
gi5.40; first clears, 84.25A3o; seconds, 6.1.W
New York Mlalaa- Stocks.
NEW TORK, July 8 Closing quotatlong
on mining stocks wer:
Alice J v -iioaeiiio - "n.
St Joseph ...
St. Louis ....
. 1 JA
11.150 39. BM) '
NEW TORK. July 8.-COTTON-Sot
closed quiet, 5 points higher; middling up-
Com. Tunnel stock.
On. Cal. A Vs....
T 'Little Chief
. Maxlrsn 1"0
.. 16 Ontario
. 14 Ophlr :ot
. to Stipdard
Yellow Jotkot 4i
Omaka Hay Market.
OMAHA. July 8-HAT-N0. 1. $1.00; Na.
I. $7.50; packing. H-w; new, w.o. firaw:
W heat. 86.00; rya ana oats, ..wv. Aiiaua.
nalalk Orala Market.
DULUTH. July l.-WHEAT-Ju!y. $1 1!
September. Il liH; No. 1 northern, $1.17j
No. 2 northern, 81i53.
Mllwaako Grala Market.
MILWAUKEE. July I WHEAT No. 1
northern. $1.17-y l.lnm No. 2 northern. SI. VI
tJl.lTi September, $1.01 V
SAVANNAH, Gs. July 8. OILS Turpen
tine, firm at 64$4c Rosin, firrn; typa
F. 5 .356J6.40; Q. 15.40.-
Aberdeen Pastor Ooea ta Oresjoa.
ABERDEEN, 8. D., July 8. (Special.)
The Rev. George F. Hopkins, aupexln- .
tendent ot the Aberdeen district of th
Methodist Episcopal church, has been
assigned at his own request to the pas
torate of the church at Dallas, Or., and
will depart for his new field of labof
In a short time. The- changa is tnadt
owing to the poor l.ealth of Mrs. Hop
kins, wtioee physicians recommended
change to the coast. Rev. Mr. Hopkins
is succeeded as district - superintendent
by the Rev. James 8. Harkneas, pastor
of tho Methodist church at Redfiald. w he
will remove to Aberdeen soon.
Mrs. Skeranaa Leavea Hospital.
BALTIMORE, July 8 Mrs. James 8V
Sherman, wife of the vice president, left
Johns Hopkins hospital today and In com- '
pany of the Vive president and her sister,
Mrs. J. Long, left for Big Moose Lake,
N. Y. H was expected that the change to
the mountain air would soon complete her
restoration to health. Mrs. Sherman was
brought to Baltimore two weeks ago for
treatment for a nervous attack.
SNIPE LAKE DISTRICT
Where we show you our own lands that will
PRODUCE FORTY BUSHELS OP WHEAT PEK ACRE.
250,000 ACRES TO CHOOSE FROM.
You are under no obligations to buy. We want you to see. Get
your berth assigned early. Don't forget the Date. Train leaves Omaha
July 11, at 0 p. tn., Union Depot. A representative will accompany
party. For any Information concerning the trip call or write
J. 0. WILLOUGHBY,
ROOMS 802-4 REE BLDG. (PHONE D. 2080.)
iTIi'lf 1 nT"ar"7' "" W'aiaauil.lilJHUJ HUia liassssssBOJJSJMiaiiaiS41 lFas m
OMAHA. IS ED,
Leave Union Station
8:25 a. m; 1:25 p. m; 3:30 p. m.
tad 10:40 p. m.
10:05 a. a.; 3:25 p. ta.; 5:50 p. m.
aad 12:21 a. m.
All trains carry Pullman
Equipment and Day
fm fwtserUfofaatiea, Ufairt
J. S. Mc NALLY. D. P. A.
14th and Farnam StreetB
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